MOSAIC Annual Surveys of Hospitals and EMS Agencies


MOSAIC Hospital Community Outreach Survey
MOSAIC and its partners are working to assess and improve community awareness regarding stroke signs and symptoms, and the importance of calling 9‐1‐1. Historically, the promotion of evidence‐based public awareness initiatives regarding stroke risk factors (i.e., tobacco use, hypertension), signs and symptoms, and the need to call 9‐1‐1 has been inconsistently tracked in Michigan. Understanding and improving community awareness activities will benefit Michigan residents, aid the partners in their sustainability planning, and encourage hospitals to leverage resources to work with local communities to increase knowledge of stroke risk factors, signs and symptoms and the importance of calling 9-1-1.

MOSAIC Paul Coverdell National Acute Stroke Program (PCNASP) Hospital Inventory Survey (rev. July 20, 2020)
MOSAIC is conducting this survey for better understanding issues associated with acute stroke care. The responses will be used to identify what type of quality improvement (QI) interventions work in particular settings, where gaps exist, and how to better help hospitals with fewer resources. The survey responses are confidential, and only aggregate-level hospitals combined results will be published or reported. Aggregated responses may be used with patient-level data collected as part of the PCNASP.


Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Agencies

MOSAIC EMS Agency Stroke Survey (rev. July 20, 2020)
This survey is intended to assess prehospital stroke care and identify strengths and gaps in stroke quality of care within communities around the state of Michigan. Survey questions focus on stroke education, EMS and hospital communication, and current quality improvement practices. The survey is limited to EMS agencies that transport patients to hospitals currently participating in the MOSAIC project. Only aggregate data are shared; individual responses remain anonymous.

Want to Know More?

For more information about these surveys and the associated reports, please contact MOSAIC Program Coordinator and Registry Manager Adrienne Nickles, MPH at 517-335-9649 (e-mail: